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. >> that's quite striking. john roberts, when he was an oral advocate in front of the supreme court, he was famous for his great memory, never used a note. both times he did the oath in 2009, he didn't use the note card. he thought he could memorize the 35 words. as we all remember, four years ago it didn't work so well. so he read a card yesterday. i anticipate we'll see a card again today. >> and sonia sotomayor, making history as the first latina to swear in the vice president, she used a card too. she told me she's going to both prepare and read. >> it's a much longer oath for the vice president. no one, i think, could memorandumize the vice presidential oath. the presidential oath, only 35 words, it's in the constitution, very familiar. the one part, of course, that's not in the oath, is so help me god. john roberts in his usual meticulous way, his assistant checked with president-elect obama, did he want to say so help me god, because that's traditional and not required. obama did say yes, he wanted to say so help me god. all presidents since george washington have said so help me
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